There are two ways of making printed circuit boards. The first is the manual technique, which entails etching a copper board to create a circuit board. The second technique is circuit board printing with a circuit board printer. Once you have the circuit design, the printer will print the design on a board to create a printed circuit board. It is recommended you weigh between the two options before you make a decision.
Each of these techniques has pros and cons. For instance, using a circuit board printer is a great option for mass-producing electronic components. If you only want to make one or two boards, you should use manual technique. Circuit boards need to be tested before they can be assembled. After assembly, the assembled board should be tested before packaging. That said, circuit board printing can be outsourced to third parties.